In 1993, a group of socially-minded students got together and built a network for social welfare. Today there are over 180 chapters, student and professional, around the world. The ISB chapter (first in Asia) began in 2003 when a network of new generation leaders committed themselves to use the power of business to improve the world. Over the years, the Club has used its business skills, which have been developed with lots of corporate exposure, to solve social problems. Our aim is to foster a sense of lasting social responsibility and to inspire student interest in applying business skills towards positive social impact. It achieved Gold Chapter status this year, which means it is one of the best Net Impact Chapters in the world.
To foster a sense of lasting social responsibility and to inspire student interest in applying business skills towards positive social impact.
UpdatesBlood Donation Camp 2014
A Blood Donation Camp was successfully organised by the Net Impact Club at the Indian School of Business’ (ISB) Mohali campus on May 27, 2014 in collaboration with the Rotary and Blood Bank Society.Prabh Aasra Visit 2014
25 volunteers from the Net Impact Club at the Indian School of Business (ISB) Mohali Campus, visited “Prabh Aasra-a home for the helpless” on Saturday, June 28, 2014.Prabh Aasra has admitted 1000 destitute till November 2013 ,out of which 720 have been discharged or reunited with families.Net Impact Inauguration and a Talk on "Social Entrepreneurship" organized by Global Shapers Chandigarh Hub
The Net Impact Club- Indian School of Business(ISB) Chapter, was formally inaugurated on Saturday, July 5, 2014 at ISB Mohali Campus.The keynote speaker for the evening was Anshu Gupta, founder of “Goonj”.Chalo Padhe- The Weekend School
The Net Impact Club announces the commencement of its new initiative 'Chalo Padhe', a weekend school at ISB to help the children of the Housekeeping staff and security guards with homework on the weekends.Bandhan 2014
This annual Independence Day event gives the ISB fraternity an unparalleled opportunity to play host to two hundred under privileged children from different NGO’s. The initiative involves activities organized by the Net Impact Club at ISB (Mohali Campus) in association with other social Clubs like the Quiz Club, Sports Club, Music Club, Dance Club, Theatre Club etc.
An initiative of Net Impact - the social responsibility club at ISB, Joyathon was organised to create awareness about ‘Daan Utsav’ and to encourage the residents of the Tricity to become more socially responsible and give back to the society in whatever way possible.
Under this initiative a 3-5 member student team works on a critical project with a non-profit organization.The Club sourced 16 projects across different involving market entry plan, fund raising, operational efficiency, digital media MARKETING, human resource management, business plan review, etc. from different non-profit organizations working in sectors as diverse education, child nutrition, healthcare, microfinance, rural arts and crafts, agri-business, and alternate energy.